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Casseroles for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
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Five Great Casserole Recipes
Thanksgiving is behind us, other major holidays are ahead, but at this moment there is a lull in the festivities and we can just think about regular old dinners. Cold-weather dinners, family dinners, comfort-food dinners, unfussy dinners, dinners with friends.
 
We can think about casseroles. They bring to mind such a lovely, old-fashioned kind of cooking, but that doesn’t mean that the food can’t be contemporary and delicious, just because it was cooked in a 13 x 9-inch pan, or a deep-dish something or other. Here are five casseroles that I hope your gang will be as happy to see on the table as mine will.
 
And also helpful: How to Freeze and Defrost Casseroles
Ground beef, noodles, lots of cheesethe kind of casserole that makes people come to the table in a big hurry. Easy, able to be made in advance, and undeniably comforting.

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Potpie gets a makeover with fresh salmon. And flaky from-a-tube biscuits make this satisfying and simple.

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For a great weekend brunch, or a fun breakfast-for-dinner moment, this flavorful casserole checks all the boxes. Eggs (huevos), black beans, rice, cheese, tortillas, enchilada sauce. This is one savory and substantial casserole at any time of day.

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This is a stupendous way to use up any cheese left over from a cheese platter, and a reason to never consider throwing away the smallest piece of cheese ever again. You can use one cheese to make this, or two, or three, or eight. You can use stronger cheeses, milder cheeses, softer cheeses, and harder cheeses. It can be served as a main (like mac and cheese but with orzo) or a side.

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The idea of French toast for breakfast is almost always appealing. The idea of making it for everyone is not. But what about an easy baked French toast casseroleone that you could put together ahead of time, and then stumble out of bed the next day, preheat the oven, and soon have that amazing eggy, cinnamon-ey, bready fragrance filling the house? That is super appealing!

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